Favorite Sonoma Restaurants Now Serving Weekend Brunch

Food, Things to Do, What's New — By Melanie Haiken on July 29, 2010 at 7:02 am

Weekend Brunch Down on the Farm Now at Zazu

Sonoma’s great food options now extend to brunch thanks to new offerings from Zazu and Guerneville’s Boon Restaurant and Hotel.

In the happening Russian River town of Guerneville, Boon restaurant is now serving Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. An urban oasis on the rural river, Boon eat + drink is an ultra-modern modernĀ  bistro named after the owner’s beloved dog (with a play on the word boon, meaning gift). Dishes Sonoma County ingredients, including some grown right on their own property. Another don’t-miss is savory bread pudding, and salads and paninis are longtime favorites. Prices range from $6 to $13.

Farm-fresh brunch livens Guerneville weekends

Beloved roadhouse Zazu, best known for practically launching the charcuterie craze, is also now open for weekend brunch. Husband-and-wife team John Stewart and Duskie Estes are serving up their fresh-from-the-garden fare, and if the weather’s nice you can take y

our food into the garden as well.

A meldng of Americana and the rustic cuisine of Northern Italy, the new brunch menu includes just-made donuts, a BLT “benedict” featuring fried green tomatoes, polenta porridge with brown sugar, and house-made Black Pig Bacon. Prices range from $4.50 to $14.50

Tags: Food, locavore, Russian River, Sonoma